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192 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Painful Erection, Priapism

  • Sickle Cell Crisis

    & sickle cell disease Background Priapism is prolonged painful erection of the penis often starting in the early hours of the morning.[] In boys, an erection that doesn't go away Pain that does not go away with treatment Abnormal speech, weakness in arms or legs, or uneven face that may mean a stroke Treatment[] Abdominal pain is quite common in sickle cell crisis, although the cause of abdominal pain is seldom determined and remains controversial.[]

  • Sickle Cell Disease

    Inpatient diagnoses of priapism are increasing over time with relatively constant numbers of sickle-cell disease patients, suggesting rising nonhematologic causes of priapism[] erections.[] pain 2 weeks later and subsequently tested positive for Plasmodium falciparum.[]

  • Hemoglobin SC Disease

    Summary Priapism due to sickle cell disease is a common but less well characterized complication of the disorder.[] […] crises, bone degeneration, and priapism (prolonged, painful erections).[] We present a case of fulminant ASSC in an adult with hemoglobin SC who developed high fever, intense abdominal pain, leukocytosis, and jaundice.[]

  • Bladder Calculus

    Small children may encounter episodes of priapism, as well as occasional enuresis.[] In children, they can lead to bedwetting, and some boys may experience priapism, a persistent and often painful erection that can last for hours.[] We present a 39-year-old man with repeated urinary tract infection and lower abdominal pain.[]

  • Penile Fracture

    We present a case of penile fracture, an uncommon urologic emergency, complicating priapism, another urologic emergency; precipitated in an unusual circumstance.[] […] infection, painful erection, penile nodule and curvature, and erectile dysfunction.[] The scrotum was swollen and painful to palpation, but the testicles felt structurally normal. Abdominal examination was unremarkable, though the bladder was palpable.[]

  • Acute Prostatitis

    […] in the perineum, lower abdomen, testicles or penis; hematospermia or difficulty achieving erection. 27,28 Diagnosis requires the patient to have had pelvic pain or urinary[] […] in the genital and pelvic area Abdominal pain Back pain, especially pain in lower back Extreme pain Rectal or perineum pain (area between the anus and scrotum) Blood in the[] You may also experience rapid (premature) ejaculation, and pain or discomfort upon or soon after ejaculation.[]

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    […] agnogenic myeloid metaplasia Easy bruising, bleeding, and/or symptoms of thrombosis Swollen, painful joint(s) secondary to gouty arthritis that is secondary to hyperuricemia Priapism[] […] and swelling of the joints Ringing in the ears Prolonged penile erection Complications include: Heart attack Stroke Infection Hemorrhage Anemia Kidney failure Liver failure[] When anemia develops, it can cause fatigue, weakness, and abdominal pain from an enlarged spleen. Myelofibrosis can occur by itself or with other blood disorders.[]

  • Priapism

    Symptoms vary depending on the type of priapism that has occurred. The following is a list of symptoms explaining both type of priapism.[] Priapism is a long-lasting painful erection. It can cause permanent damage to your penis if not treated quickly.[] Abstract Black widow spider envenomation (BWSE) is commonly associated with severe abdominal pain, muscle cramping, and hypertension.[]

  • Urethritis

    ), pain with erection, bleeding during sexual intercourse, concealed or hidden penis (cut surface of remaining skin adheres to itself, burying glans), removal of too much[] Symptoms: Common symptoms include burning sensation while urinating, pain during intercourse, abnormal discharge from the genital organs, blood in urine, abdominal pain and[] Infection may be associated with urethral discharge and scrotal or abdominal pain. It is easily treated with antibiotics, often requiring only one dose.[]

  • Penile Hematoma

    There are two types of priapism: ischemic and non-ischemic.[] Care after surgical therapy : antiandrogens (e.g. bicalutamide 50 mg 1-0-0 for two weeks) or benzodiazepines help against painful erections.[] At the moment of injury, he recalled hearing a cracking sound with tearing sensation, followed by instant penile pain and immediate loss of erection.[]

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